wireless and bluetooth speakers

wireless and bluetooth speakers

Looking for a portable wireless speaker that's better than average? How about one that boasts 24 hours of battery life and a Bluetooth signal so strong you can use it all over your home and yard without breakup? Oh, and there's great sound and good looks too. Check out the B&O Beoplay A2 speaker.

What's the difference between waterproof and water resistant? Are all water resistant speakers the same? The answer is ... no. To truly understand what you're getting, you need to know your electronic device's IP rating. Here's what the ratings mean and how to understand what you're getting.

It’s easily one of the most popular and well known wireless Wi-Fi speakers on the market today. But it’s no wonder people want to know if Sonos speakers live up to the hype. I received a Sonos PLAY:1 speaker recently for a couple weeks of testing and review in my home. Is it everything it’s cracked up to be? Let’s find out. How to set up Sonos PLAY:1 Setting up the Sonos speaker could not have been easier. With about two clicks,...

Like most people in the civilized world, I love music. It has the power to change moods, dredge up long lost memories, and unite people like nothing else. Thanks to ever-evolving technology, we’ve mostly moved past turntables, vinyl collections and those giant, multi-piece amplifier systems, to having our entire music collection housed happily on our smartphones, tablets or computers. That means our music has become infinitely more portable, too. Where “back in the day” I could only invite friends...

You're shopping for speakers; you think you've graduated from the tiny super portable wireless versions to something bigger and better, but where to begin? There are some excellent choices in a mid-to-large sized wireless speakers from top manufacturers like Sonos and Harman Kardon.

Bose has announced it is now doubling its power when it comes to one of its most popular wireless speakers. The Bose Soundtouch 10 will soon be offered as a duo (in black or white), for a reduced price, making it easier (and more cost effective) than ever to create your own in-house multi-room audio experience.

As our computers and tablets shrink, our phones get thinner, and we’re finding ways to shrink our technology for the better, Bluetooth portable speakers are becoming very popular. There are several reasons to look at pairing portable Bluetooth speakers; among them, the desire for a small portable stereo system, or to create stereo sound. Check out more reasons to pick a pair, and which manufacturers make pairable speakers

I’ve wanted to purchase a portable Bluetooth speaker for some time now. An iPhone’s speaker just isn’t good enough for when you want to blast some favourite tunes at the beach, or backyard barbecue. And there is seemingly no end to the options available for portable wireless speakers (and at varying price points), which does make choosing something feel a bit daunting. So I was stoked when I was asked to test out and review the affordably priced 808 Audio NRGGLO Wireless Speaker, to see if something so modestly priced can deliver the kind of sound I need.

Jam Audio has released three new Bluetooth speakers, the Heavy Metal, the Alloy, and the Trance Plus, all with Lithium Ion batteries boasting upwards of 10 hours of listening per charge. They look great and are small enough to integrate into any room. Let’s dig a little deeper and see how they perform.

   Wireless audio specialists, Jam Home Audio, has released a line of Wi-Fi speakers designed to quickly and easily install a custom multi-room audio system in your home. Let’s take a look at the Symphony and Rhythm speakers and how they perform.

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